WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS

We have a winner!

Sweeping the contest with a huge majority of the vote, Central York’s Mini-thon is the winner! They’ll get to party with Bring On The Bash and friends on March 23rd at Central York High School!

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Thank you to everyone who entered and participated! Keep an eye out on Bring On The Bash’s Instagram page for more giveaway’s and parties!

The Free Party Final Contestants

Here they are! The final 12 contestants to the free party worth over $6,000!

To vote for who you think should win, write their name down in the comments! Please only vote one time and for one contestant!

Whoever has the most votes on Thursday the 24th by 10pm will become the winner! Winner will be announced on Saturday the 27th!

Note: if voting on mobile, try using google chrome instead of apple’s safari. safari seems to get confused and not post the comment.

LIZ BEAVER

LIZ BEAVER

MRS. KELLY

MRS. KELLY

SAMI LYNN BERMUDEZ

SAMI LYNN BERMUDEZ

ALYSSA MESSICK

ALYSSA MESSICK

ABIGAIL CONDON

ABIGAIL CONDON

VANESSA ROBINS

VANESSA ROBINS

KAYLA RESH

KAYLA RESH

CHLOE KELLER

CHLOE KELLER

BETHANY HOCKENBERRY

BETHANY HOCKENBERRY

SAMII

SAMII

EMILY

EMILY

LEEROY

LEEROY

A Bridal Show: For The Modern Bride

T.J. and I were talking business in early January while munching on one of Brooke's legendary snack trays when I said "I really want to do a bridal show someday." T.J. pulled out his phone and said, "How about February 24th? I'm available." 

Six weeks later on February 24th, twenty-three vendors gathered at SUPPLY to host a unique and beautiful wedding show. Sean from Bring On The Bash mixed live, Penny's Icecream handed out delicious cones and Stray Lights had the coolest booth of all time.

It was a pleasure to plan and host my own wedding show along with my brother-in-law T.J. Thank you to everyone that took part in the event and to all that came. We look forward to doing it again next year!

Listen Up - September 2017

Young Dumb & Broke is every high schoolers quiet anthem and its easy to think back to those days and remember "the struggle" which now seems so simple. "Punk Rock Girl" by The Dead Milkmen is a song I've known for sometime but never knew it was them! Henry Jamison is an artist that I discovered this month. He is a mix of Iron & Wine and Ryan Lewis. Folk music but with the bass lines and drums normally reserved for hip hop. "Blood On The Leaves" is one of my favorite Kanye West songs. "For No One" by The Beatles is also one of my favorite songs. I saw a documentary this month on the production of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and it was during watch the show that I was reminded of this song. 

Listen Up - August

By accident, this is the most cohesive monthly playlist that I've created to date. It's pretty darn chill. First off we have what may be my favorite Talking Heads song, "This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody). Something about that track makes me long for home. "Starlight" is a song I stumbled upon by chance and I'm so glad I did. My most listened to song this month was likely "Mexico" by James Taylor. The lyrics really crack me up! Lastly, if you make it this far into the playlist, "Peace Piece" by Bill Evans (my favorite jazz musician, btw) is perfect. For me, jazz, specifically Bill Evans, and rainy weather go hand in hand. I listen to him play and it takes me back to my childhood bedroom, sitting on the bed and playing Animal Crossing on the Gamecube with my Mom. I loved those days and still miss them.

Listen Up - July 2017

Kicking off this month's playlist is one of my favorite songs by The Police! I LOVE the baseline to "Spirits In The Material World."  I can never have enough of David Bowie and I rediscovered "Fame" this last month. "Shawty Is Da Sh*!" was in a mix by Four Color Zack that Kelsey and I were listening to. Kelsey knew all of the words. "Yeah Right" by Vince Staples is my hip hop song of the month. I don't know much about him but when I first heard the song I knew that the beat was produced by Flume or Cloud 9. It was Flume. Then the surprise verse from Kendrick Lamar. "Yeah Right" is like a hip hop dream for me.... albeit Vince Staples. I hope you enjoy the majority of oldies that the playlist is composed of this month! Let me know which song is your favorite and be sure to follow me on Spotify to creep on what I'm listening to everyday. 

Dylan & Michael's Outside Extravaganza!

Dylan and Michael's wedding was a truly unique experience that I got to be a part of. Dylan's mother owns a magnificent property overlooking the Susquehanna. The view painted a beautiful backdrop for the day. And the dance party was just as cool as the couple. Outside, underneath lights and on top of oriental rugs. You've gotta have guts to pull that off and they did it with ease and late into the night! Luckily the beauty and hype was caught by two fantastic and down-right cool photographers known as: Earthmark Photography. Click right here to see their blog!

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Listen Up - June 2017

I really loved so much of the music I listened to this month.  Paramore's new album "After Laughter" is a bright fusion of post 2000s alternative and 80's pop. "Bucket's Of Rain" by Bob Dylan has become one of my favorite songs by the singer/songwriter. "May I Have This Dance" confused me at first because I thought it was Phil Collins. Nope! Francis and the Lights... No idea who they are! (Music discovery achieved!) The club banger "Lasers" is a fun beat that I hope to drop at a few Pro-EDM weddings. Hope you love this month's mix of music.

Have a song that you think I should listen to? Let me know in the comments or on INSTAGRAM! 

Listen Up - May 2017

Honestly, I wanted to put the entire Kendrick Lamar album on here but that wouldn't fully demonstrate what I listened too, it would only represent how much I listened to it. I'm also pumped about Mayer Hawthorn's cover of "Everybody Wants To Rule The World." Last month I rediscovered The White Stripes. It's been a long time since I've listened to Jack White and I'm so glad I started listening to him again. About 2/3 of the way day is one of my favorite Queen songs, "In Only Seven Days." It never received any radio play but its shows how diverse their massive catalog is and I love it. Lastly, you can never go wrong with Chance The Rapper. Perhaps I'm hopping on the bandwagon but he is one of my favorite rappers currently, probably top 5.